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Agriculture: We lost control of the markets due to the decisions of the Al-Kazemi government

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Post by rocky Mon 28 Nov 2022, 6:13 am

Agriculture: We lost control of the markets due to the decisions of the Al-Kazemi government

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Economy News-Baghdad
The Ministry of Agriculture revealed, on Monday, the loss of control over the local markets due to previous decisions that opened imports and allowed the entry of crops from neighboring countries on a large scale, while confirming that the local markets throughout the country were flooded with imported crops.
The ministry's spokesman, Hamid Al-Nayef, said in a statement, "The decisions of the previous Council of Ministers to open imports, which are still valid, and therefore there is no control over the market at present."
Al-Nayef added, "Imports were opened due to previous decisions, and our markets became flooded with imported commodities, which caused peasants and farmers to refrain from agriculture, and thus the crop prices increased."
He pointed out that "in the years 2019 and 2020, when support was provided to farmers and water was available, Iraq became self-sufficient and some crops were exported," stressing "the need to reintroduce the protection of the local product in the manner of the agricultural calendar to control the markets properly."


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